rules for commentatorsKnow the Rules for Commentators

Know the rules for commentators, which are quite simple. They are as follows:

  • No attacking fellow bloggers. Please respect one another.
  • Avoid raw profanity¬† (although, symbols are okay).
  • The administrator must approve any links that you add to a comment.
  • No free advertising. Especially, no advertising for other websites. The administrator may remove links to other websites.
  • What happens on other blogs or forums should stay there. Try not to discuss other blogs or forums here. Specifically, we do not critique other forums or blogs.
  • We are not “meet and greet” service. We will not share email addresses here. All discussions should take place on this blog. It is the purpose of the blog.
  • The language of the blog is English. It is okay to use Arabic words that are well-known to most people, such as: Insha Allah, Masha Allah, Alhumdulliah etc. Please do not talk among yourselves in a language other than English.
  • We do not allow anyone to post information that may lead to the true identity of anyone mentioned on this blog. All should blog worry free that no one will reveal their real names on this blog.

Know the rules for commentators, which are to give order and structure to the blog

This is a professional blog, which means we blog with pride and dignity here.

There is a “contact us” form for you to reach the administrator about anything that you don’t want posted on the blog. In any event, the administrator (Ana) is the only one who receives the mail from the “contact us” form.

Note Well: The administrator of this site has the right to temporarily or permanently ban anyone whom she sees fit from the blog. Additionally and most importantly, she will permanently ban anyone who slanders Allah or Islam or any of Allah’s Prophets.

In conclusion, thank you for joining us.

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